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Labour law deals with the rights and obligations of workers,
union members and employers in the workplace. Generally,
labour law covers.
relations – certification of unions, labour-management
relations, collective bargaining and unfair labour practices
health and safety
standards, including general holidays, annual vacations, working
hours, unjust dismissals, minimum wage, layoff procedures and
Labour Act, 2006
labour is defined under the law of
in Section 2(65) of the Bangladesh Labour Act, 2006.
means any person, including a trainee/probationer, whether the terms
and conditions of his/her employment are expressly written or not,
who is employed directly or through a contractor/agency, for any
skilled, unskilled, physical, technical, business development or
clerical job in any establishment or industry, but does not include
any person responsible primarily for administrative or
employed for primarily clerical purpose would come within the
definition of 'Labour'. However someone appointed for managerial or
administrative post with some clerking job would be outside of the
purview of the Labour Act, 2006.
The Bangladesh Labour Act, 2006 is
written in Bangla.